Teen Street Skills 2018 Kick-off Week

Highlights from 2018 Launch Week!


Teen Street Skills is a new community program, led by Robbie Buhl, educating teen drivers ages 15-21 with a legal driving permit on street safety. More than the typical driver's education program, teens will learn about how to maximize their car's performance in order to properly react to adverse conditions.

This program puts teens behind the wheel to learn skills that will be used for a lifetime. Check out highlights from our 2018 kick-off event:


"Based on the positive reactions and thank you’s from the initial programs, the Teen Street Skills team knows that we are making an impact on these teen drivers. We are giving them skills and building confidence, making them better drivers equipped to handle adverse driving events," Buhl said.

"As a parent I thought the program was well run and well organized. I will recommend it to others for sure."
 -- Parent, June 26th Event

Teen Street Skills encourages anyone who is interested in receiving more information about the program and upcoming events to sign up at teenstreetskills.org. There are more programs being planned for August, September, and October and we hope you can join us.


Teen Street Skills would like to thank its corporate partners that made the June programs possible: CREST FORD and CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF MICHIGAN FOUNDATION. If you are interested in becoming a corporate partner of Teen Street Skills and supporting an upcoming event, please contact Sandy Hudson at 313-717-6521 or email sandy@aegle.group.

"Christopher had the best day ever! All teens should do this..." 
 -- Grosse Pointe High School Family

Teen Street Skills is a 501(c)3 social impact enterprise that relies solely on individual, corporate and foundation support. This generous support makes it possible to produce the events and allow for teens to participate AT NO COST.

Bill Kerstetter